July 17, 2017
John Albertone, a lifelong passionate reader and student of philosophy and religion, and S.J. Doggett, an American author, have completed their new book “The Old Man in the Attic: The Search for the Answers to Life’s Meaning”: a gently poignant philosophical novelette exploring the most eternal and fundamental questions of humankind.
Who can answer the age-old question “Why am I here?” Sebastian, the Old Man, encounters his answers on his daily strolls. They come not through long essays or deep philosophical musings but through encounters with his friends—a young fatherless boy named Miguel, a Russian immigrant called Alexi, and Vivian, a retired nurse.
He has finished his book, an ardent writing task, believing that one’s essence unfolds like a novel with chapters penned by life’s trials and joys. His response to the trials and joys offers a glimpse into his soul.
Vivian and Sebastian visit the town library, where he places his book on a shelf as if letting it go for one last time. But for whom?
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, John Albertone and S.J. Doggett’s philosophical tale illustrates the myriad and profound ways every life has meaning.
Readers who wish to experience this thought-provoking work can purchase“The Old Man in the Attic: The Search for the Answers to Life’s Meaning” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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